The domain name will, however, be open to sensible offers (I'm thinking Facebook-value here).
The place remains much as I left it, with a good recurrence of butterflies along Otty Bottom. A few chalkhill blues posed on scabious, and a couple of small blues repeated their cousins' emergence in the usual sites.
Less expected was a pristine singleton, far from any apparent kidney vetch.
On top o't'hill the allotment has had a catastrophic year, slugs devouring anything planted or sown in the damp conditions. It's a real haven for wildlife with only the potatoes resisting the pests. The only thing growing up the runner bean stakes was bristly bloody ox-tongue!
a prawn catcher had got stranded by the rising tide and was calling for help.
The first of a series of calls to the coastguard scrambled the smaller lifeboat - calm and in control.
The tide rose another 4 feet or so in an hour.